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Don’t be confused. These are not suggestions for costume shoes. These are suggestions for shoes you can wear on October 31st, say, to the office or running your errands. They’ll keep you festive and stylish all in one, which in this case means the classic All Hallow’s combo of orange and black.
If you’re heading to a business meeting, try these demure Kabou pumps from Robert Clergerie (now $272, 40% off the original price). These are officially listed as being “tan” and “dark brown” but that looks a whole lot like orange and black to me.
Want to run those errands in sleek athletic-inspired style? Then snap up the super-soft Arche Galan on sale for $214.
When it comes to looking for shoes that are a bit out there with color and style, you know you don’t have to any further than Irregular Choice. Sure, sometimes that “out there” becomes “across the entire universe,” but I think these Jezebel flats ($104) are snappy and cute. And, of course, Halloween appropriate.
Need some more height to your Halloween heels? Try this pretty leaf-printed Stacy Adams Tatum pump for $89. Plus, this one makes a nice fall footwear addition. Seasonal, a bit whimsical, but still classy and demure enough to go upscale.
If you want something more casual, and you happen to be somewhere where the weather’s actually getting cold, keep your feet warm in these cute (and highly affordable at only $63!) Blink Gail booties with the nice accent of orange laces.
And just to prove that there’s a Halloweeny shoe out there for EVERYONE, even you serious ice climbers can have festive holiday-appropriate Halloween boots if you try these Asolo Manaslu hardcore gear boots, although they’ll set you back a whopping $804!
Trick or treat, indeed!
Apart from combining oh-so-many trends in one (platform-wedge–peep-toe–snake-skin–metallic-silver), these shiny Robert Clergerie shoes will make you feel like a goddess, far above those puny little mortals. You will pass on the ambrosia and drink Veuve Cliquot (because you’re simply bored, dahling, with all that nectar) and mess the earthling’s love lives something fierce. Then you will take pity in your magnanimous heart and pull a goddess ex machina and solve all their romantic entanglements with some magic elixir your winged minion will deliver in a heartbeat. It’s good to be a goddess, isn’t it? $550 at Barneys.
So, which one would you rather wear? These Marc Jacobs red patent ankle-strap wedges:
&amp;amp;amp;amp;nbsp;…or these Robert Clergerie red patent ankle-strap wedges ?
The former is $320 at Nordstrom, the latter is about $600 at Zappos. I think they’re both quite cute, but I just can’t make up my mind yet…
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Are these Robert Clergerie ‘Party’ booties a mess or a daring, fashion-forward statement?
After much deliberation, my answer is yes. They are definitely different, daring, innovative, kooky, quirky, something else. And they are the very antithesis of practical–a good way to gauge whether something is fashionable or not. On the other hand, would I wear them? Heck, no. They’re eyebrow-raising strange, and I’m afraid the rest of my wardrobe doesn’t quite match up.
Too bad, for they were only a trifle $900 on Zappos. Shame, really. (Um, yes, I’m being facetious.)
1) I were to choose ONE pair of shoes for the fall; and
2) I could actually wear 3-inch heels; and
3) I had $570 burning a hole in my pocket,
THEN I would definitely go for these exquisite pumps from Robert Clergerie. Sure, Clergerie can produce a lot of clunkers (see these blah creations for yourself), but when he gets it right, oh boy, does he make my heart flutter! As in the presence of these chunky heels, which I actually saw in all their glory in a store downtown: smooth, beautiful suede upper, braided leather overlay (available in two colors, amber, shown, and cafe), peep-toe, and overall awesomeness.
And now excuse me as I go drool over them a little bit more.